Despite increasing testing capacity in the state, demand for testing among New Hampshire residents has declined considerably since May. Half of Granite Staters want or have already had an antibody test to determine if they have had COVID-19, down from more than three-quarters who wanted one in early May. Meanwhile, only one in seven residents want a test to determine if they currently have COVID-19. Many of those who would like these tests mention not knowing where to go to get a test, a lack of symptoms, and concerns about insurance or payment as reasons they have not yet been tested. One in six residents think it is very or somewhat likely they have or already had COVID-19, slightly lower than in early May.
Dartmouth/UNH COVID-19 Survey
UNH Survey Center, "Despite Increased Testing Capacity in NH, Demand for Tests Wanes Among Granite Staters 6/10/2020" (2020). All UNH Survey Center Polls. 592.